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Xbox One March Update to Add Xbox 360 Games, Variable DVR Length, and More

Following up on last month’s update that improved party mode among various other changes, Microsoft announced another update for the Xbox One and the Xbox app for Windows 10, including a welcome change for players of Xbox 360 backwards compatible games. You can now purchase such games directly on your Xbox One from the store as you do for all ... Read More »

Microsoft Explains Why It Doesn’t Report Xbox One Sales Figures

It’s been known for awhile that the PS4 has been doing well for Sony. With around 36 million sold, there are almost twice the number PS4s in the hands of consumers compared to the Xbox One in a similar timeframe. So much so that Microsoft has resorted to reporting the number of active users on Xbox Live and Windows instead ... Read More »

Microsoft Wants Your Xbox One to Be a Gaming PC

Information has been trickling out after Microsoft’s press event last week. While we’ve known that Forza 6 is coming to Windows 10 PCs in Spring and Gear of War: Ultimate Edition finally available on the Windows 10 Store, Xbox head Phil Spencer made a comment worth noting. He feels that consoles should be upgradeable like PCs and that buying a ... Read More »

Xbox One February Update Finally Available to Download

The February update for Xbox One and the Xbox app (for Windows 10), announced last month, is now finally available for everyone to download. There is some new stuff with the latest Xbox One system software update that wasn’t revealed earlier. This includes a code shortcut, improved friend suggestions, and an updated Xbox Accessories app among others. You will also ... Read More »

HTC One M10 Teaser Video Promises to ‘Make Your Phone Even Better’

HTC has released its first teaser video for the One M10 flagship smartphone. The video, while showing nothing of significance, promises a lot of things. In the video, the company claims that the HTC team is working “non-stop” because they want to “make your phone even better.” The YouTube video says that the team is obsessed but “in a good ... Read More »

Government has Taken ‘One Step Forward’ on Retro Tax Issue: Jaitley

New Delhi: The government has taken “one step forward” to resolve the retrospective tax cases by putting in place a statutory mechanism for ending such disputes, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday In Budget 2016, he has made a one-time offer to firms facing tax liability on the retrospective tax front by way of waiver of interest and penalty ... Read More »

HTC One M10 Name Confirmed; Camera Sample Leaked

HTC unofficially has confirmed the name of its next smartphone, which unsurprisingly is the One M10. A leaked photo sample claimed to have been taken from the smartphone’s camera has also emerged on the Web. As spotted by Techtasktic website initially, the smartphone’s name was briefly found in the drop-down list of devices in the company’s own online survey form ... Read More »

HTC One M10 to Offer ‘Very Compelling Camera Experience’

HTC recently teased its next flagship smartphone, believed to be unveiled as One M10, in a tweet that included an image of a phone sporting a chamfered metal body. Now, a company executive has praised the camera experience on the device. HTC’s Chief Financial Officer Chialin Chang during an interview told CNET, “We can confidently say that HTC will have ... Read More »

HTC One M10’s Chamfered Metal Body Teased

It was already rumoured that HTC would not launch its upcoming flagship, believed to be the HTC One M10, at MWC 2016. The company at the trade show unveiled some mid-range smartphones including the Desire 530, Desire 630, and Desire 825 instead. However, with LG, Samsung, Sony, and even Xiaomi showing their flagship handsets, HTC doesn’t want to be left ... Read More »

First Mid-Range ‘Android One’ Phone Unveiled at MWC 2016

When Google first made revelations about its Android One phones back in June 2014, the platform was supposed to target emerging markets as well as ensure a minimum set of standards for smartphones. Recent reports however told a different story altogether with the company reportedly relaxing its ‘strict’ hardware requirements that made it tough for OEMs. But a new Android ... Read More »